Sunday, September 28, 2008

True Love!

I finally got around to doing Beate's weekend sketch challenge today. When I saw this sketch yesterday I thought of my SU "Together Forever" set ... which meant of course a wedding card! During the process I did switch sets so this card is a combination of both SU & Papertrey Ink's Wedding sets.

If you look at any of my wedding cards I created this year you will notice that the majority of them are blueish in color ... that is because my eldest daughter is getting married this year and these are her colors ... next year hopefully I will move on to all sorts of colors. I still don't know which one my daughter will get ... I will need a couple I guess because I will have to give some to family members so they have one too ... so they won't be wasted. And what isn't used I am sure my daughter will use as she is always going to weddings.

The card and ribbon used here are the same as those used in my daughters wedding invites so it all matches. I used the swiss dots cuttlebug embossing folder to emboss the back white panel. I am very happy at how the Ancient Page Deep Harbor ink pad matches to the Aegean Co-oredination Card that I used too ... like they were made for each other :) .

Stamps: Together Forever - SU; Wedding - Papertrey Ink
Paper: White; Aegean Co-oredination
Other: Black Ink; Deep Harbor Ancient Page Ink; Island Blue Stripe Ribbon; Circle Nestablities; Swiss Dots Cuttlebug Embossing Folder; Foam Tape


Cindy Haffner said...

Beautiful Frances, what a great color for a wedding.

Mona said...

What a beautiful card! Like your using of colors different from the usual wedding ones!

Beate said...

Fantastic card, Frances. I love your color, the stamped panels, the dry embossed background and the sentiment circle.
Thanks so much for playing!
Hugs and smiles

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Sherri said...

Well done! I like the texture!

Shelly Koskinen said...

Your card is beautiful!

Anonymous said...

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